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Where to Credit Cheap Long-Distance American Flights

Where to Credit Cheap Long-Distance American Flights

  1. wilve

    So for some background, I’m looking at making 2-3 Hong Kong to SFO roundtrip flights on American, which are about 7,000 miles flown each way, and $577 for each roundtrip. When I have cheap United fares like this, I can credit them to Singapore Airlines where I get 100% miles flown, and decent utility with them with Singapore’s award chart.

    I was wondering if any of you have suggestions on which Frequent Flyer plan to credit these miles to. A program with sweet spots in shorthaul economy would be best for me, since beyond these flights, I don’t expect to fly oneWorld much in the near future.

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=1486]@wilve[/USER] have you checked out [URL]http://www.wheretocredit.com/?[/URL]

  3. MidSouthSkier

    Check out Tiffany’s post here: [URL]http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2016/08/06/credit-airline-miles/[/URL]

    If your shorthaul trips in economy are non-stops on oneworld airlines then BA might be an option.

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